Monthly Archives: June 2015

Event Recap: Toronto Pearson Approaches Capacity Milestone

On May 4 2015 ULI Toronto hosted a lunchtime panel on the future of Toronto Pearson for over 250 people.  To view the event, please click on the links below. View Photos View Video Part 1 View Video Part 2 View Video Part 3 View Video Part 4 View Video Part 5 View Attendance McKinsey Presentation Howard Eng Presentation Normand Boivin Presentation

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Welcome New Members

ULI Toronto would like to welcome our newest members, who joined between April 29 and June 12 2015. The shared wisdom and experience of our members is what makes ULI unique. Member leadership and expertise make it possible for ULI to offer what it is known for: the gold standard in quality programs and research, and the opportunity to make an impact on communities.   Not a member? Join today! Full Member Daniel Haufschild, MMM Group Associate Member – Private Sector Amy Bugg, CBRE Limited Philip Draper, Harris Sheaffer, LLP Derek Boyne, … Read More

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Windows | Opportunity | Relationships: ULI 2015 Women’s Leadership Initiative Championship Celebration

By Kendra FitzRandolph View Championship Team View Photos View Twitter View Attendee List “Relationships do matter and they are windows of opportunity.” This statement was just one of many pieces of advice given by Karen Pitre, Special Advisor to Premier Kathleen Wynne on Community Hubs, as she spoke candidly with CBC’s Mary Weins at ULI Toronto’s 2015 Women’s Leadership Initiative Championship Celebration. The theme of the event, held on June 4 at McCarthy Tetrault’s downtown Toronto office, is best summed up by Pitre’s statement. At this event one could build … Read More

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“Old Hamilton” needs to embrace “New Hamilton”

ULI Toronto’s Executive Director explores the bones of a city that fewer and fewer are calling Steeltown. Reprinted with permission from Building Magazine Generation Y take note. A parallel universe is emerging down the lake from Toronto’s central condo land. Urbanity is on offer without the shoebox lifestyle. The GTHA’s oft-forgotten sister, Hamilton, is becoming the region’s most exciting story. It doesn’t matter that for years urbanists predicted that an artist-led exodus from Queen Street West would trigger a gentrification phenomenon, attracted to the city’s “great bones” of heritage … Read More

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ULI 2nd Annual Tour de TO: A Tour to Remember

By Kendra FitzRandolph View Photos View Twitter View Attendance – Regular Route View Attendance – Extended Route Last week I attended my very first bike tour in Toronto. I am not only a regular cyclist, both indoors and out, but I am also a life-long downtown Torontonian, so I have never really felt the need to convoy through the streets of TO. In any case, the ULITourdeTO exceeded all my expectations. Our day began bright and early when we met at the George Brown College Waterfront Campus. Since it was … Read More

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